Empire building is hard work.
Hang it all, the last thing you want to worry about is your pants falling down.
That’s why all the great industrialists – Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan, George Pullman – wore suspenders. Just like these.
Braided Suspenders (No. 4999). Carnegie probably called them “braces.”
Made of luxurious handwoven Italian leather. Elastic back straps. Button holes (never clips). Put them on and you’ll be imbued with a sense of purpose and authority.
Perfect for negotiating oil rights in Azerbaijan, buying rum by the tanker car in Havana, plotting hostile takeovers. Imported.